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In this episode of HIT Cybersecurity, Darren Lacey, chief information security officer at Johns Hopkins Medicine, describes how healthcare providers can develop more forward-leaning strategy.
Deep Dive: With ransomware attacks on the healthcare industry now a regular occurrence, with cybercriminals' tactics evolving in new and dangerous ways, security professionals offer tips and best practices for safeguarding against the threat.
NIST Fellow Tao Zhang joins hosts Jonah Comstock and Mike Miliard to provide a primer on edge computing and explain what it can do for healthcare organizations.
(Sponsored) Peter Durlach, chief strategy officer at Nuance, discusses the importance of having an omnichannel patient engagement platform that uses sophisticated AI technology.
In this new episode of HIT Cybersecurity, HIMSS Director of Privacy and Security Lee Kim speaks with a panel of infosec experts about what they're seeing on the front lines.
The Biden administration aims to get 70% of adults at least one vaccine dose by July 4, while a report finds that healthcare is among the top industries affected by ransomware.
Dr. Deborah Maufi, chief medical officer at Babymoon Care, discusses the health inequalities that need to be addressed after COVID-19 and highlights ways to build a more equitable system for maternal health.
Innovations include digitally streaming application specialists into the operating room, says Dr. Atul Gupta, CMO of Philips' Image Guided Therapy business.
Monthly Update: Some of the biggest trends and stories from the month of April include insurtech news, studies from Fitbit and telehealth being called into question.
The genomic information can be injected into the workflow to manage the treatment of the patient, says Assaf Halevy, CEO and founder of 2bPrecise.